Steelhouse Festival

About

Steel House Festival brings international classic rock music to its breath-taking mountain top location in South Wales.

The Welsh hills come alive with the sound of Classic Rock. And like the towering, solid piece of stone it’s perched on, the Steelhouse Festival stands resolute – a seemingly immovable object on the festival landscape.

Steelhouse mixes the classic and the contemporary and is as breathtaking as the location itself.

Officially the UK’s highest music festival, this unique event will once again be held in the spectacular surroundings of Hafod-y-Dafal Farm situated on the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons.

Aiming to be the UK’s best value rock festival where families and friends can rock out at a price that won’t clear out the holiday kitty, the event has built up a loyal following and a real heritage over the years.

Venue: Hafod-y-Dafal Farm, Aberbeeg, Ebbw Vale NP13 2ER

FREE Arena entry for children 14 and under accompanied by an adult 18+ (children DO require a camping ticket to stay on the campsite).

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£115.00 per adult

Online Saturday or Sunday ticket £68.25, Weekend ticket £115.00 Camping/Live-in Vehicle £21.00

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Facilities

Children

  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Abergavenny - A465, A4046.

 

Steelhouse Festival

Type:Music Festival

Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent, NP23 6HG

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Opening Times

Event (26 July 2024 - 28 July 2024)
Friday - SundayOpen

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Ebbw Vale, Ebbw ValeEbbw Vale (Welsh: Glynebwy) is a town at the head of the valley formed by the Ebbw Fawr tributary of the Ebbw River, South Wales.

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